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Presentation by Shintaro Miyzakai at ISEA 2011 for Matter With Media a panel chaired by Jamie Allen and Tom Schofield

Presentation by Shintaro Miyzakai at ISEA 2011 for Matter With Media a panel chaired by Jamie Allen and Tom Schofield

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  • 1. The Ritornelli of Everyday LifeSome Epistemic Experiments with Information Technologyby Shintaro Miyazakiwww.shintaro-miyzaki.com
  • 2. „[W]hile modern scientists are tracking singularities using computers, theweapon artisan of old had to track them “by ear,” so to speak, following the“traits of expressions” (physical properties) with which these points endowmatter, and tapping their morphogenetic capabilities in the process of pro-ducing a given weapon (DeLanda 2003 (1991), 19).“
  • 3. Erkki Huhtamo and Jussi Parikka (Ed.), Media Archaeology. Approaches, Applications, and Implications,Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press 2011
  • 4. Rhythmanalysis I, Detektors
  • 5. www.detektors.org
  • 6. Rhythmanalysis II, AlgoRhythmic Sorting
  • 7. algorithms + rhythms = algoRhythms!www.algorhythmics.com/en/
  • 8. Conclusion: Ritornelli of Algorhythmic Regimes
  • 9. „[A]t all times we will have to play it by ear, since there is no way to pre-dict in advance where those roads will lead, or what kind of danger they willpresent us with (DeLanda 2003 (1991), 230, 31).“
  • 10. References:DeLanda, Manuel: War in the Age of Intelligent Machines, New York: Zone Books 2003(1991).Ernst, Wolfgang: „Media Archaeography. Method and Machine versus History and Nar-rative of Media“, in: Huhtamo, Erkki/Parikka, Jussi (Hrsg.): Media Archaeology. Ap-proaches, Applications, and Implications, Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press2011, S. 239–255.Talbot, Michael: „Ritornello“, in: Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Onli-ne, http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/23526 (acces-sed May 23, 2011).Thrift, Nigel: „Remembering the technological unconscious by foregrounding knowled-ges of position“, in: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space (Vol. 22), o.O2004, S. 175–190.
  • 11. Own works:»AlgoRHYTHMS Everywhere - a heuristic approach to everyday technologies«, in:Hoogstad, Jan Hein / Stougaard, Birgitte (Ed.): PLURALIZING RHYTHM: MUSIC,ARTS, POLITICS, Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2011 (forthcoming)(prepaper online, google „AlgoRHYTHMS Everywhere“)with Martin Howse: »Detektors. Rhythms of Electromagnetic Emissions, their Psychogeo-physics and Micrological Auscultation«, in: Proceedings of the 16th International Sympo-sium on Electronic Art ISEA 2010 RUHR, Berlin 2010, p. 136-138.„Urban Sounds Unheard Of. A Media Archaeology of Ubiquitous Infospheres“, in: Con-tinuum. Journal of Media & Cultural Studies (Special Issue: Ubiquitous Digitalization ofUrban Life and Auditory Culture), Oxford: Taylor & Francis 2012 (forthcoming/in prepa-ration).THANKS!contact <miyazaki.shintaro@gmail.com